Pianist, thereupon, starts prelude
to the Admiral's song, and Harris, seizing what he considers to be a favourable opening in the music, begins.
The chief landmarks in the poem are as follows: after the first 103 lines, which contain at least three distinct preludes
, three primeval beings are introduced, Chaos, Earth, and Eros -- here an indefinite reproductive influence.
And so, whether our conclusion be true or false, let us assume all this, and proceed at once from the prelude
or preamble to the chief strain, and describe that in like manner.
To be all day with them in the open air, to sleep at night under their roof, had seemed the supreme joy of life, and had led to that abandonment of personality that is a possible prelude
In that summer of 1881, my brother, after many years of steadily declining health, began at last to rally, and it is to this first gush of the recovery of his once splendid bodily condition that we owe not only "The Gay Science", which in its mood may be regarded as a prelude
to "Zarathustra", but also "Zarathustra" itself.
I had already been out many hours and felt the torment of a burning thirst, a prelude
to my other sufferings.
I should be very proud," I was beginning, as the mere prelude to resolute excuses; but the eye of Raffles opened wide upon me; and I hesitated weakly, to be duly lost.
He kicked off his shoes and began pacing his room with noiseless rapidity; not since the night of the Old Bohemian dinner to Reuben Rosenthall had Raffles exhibited such excitement in my presence; and I was not sorry at the moment to be reminded of the fiasco to which that banquet had been the prelude.
If I can find these people through your means, it is but a prelude
to twenty more.
The two ladies entered the drawing-room with that sort of official stiffness which preludes
a formal communication.
As if fames were the relics of seditions past; but they are no less, indeed, the preludes
of seditions to come.
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TOrria leads us almost to the very core of Bach's perfection, unveiling the nooks that you do not even notice in fast tempos (this mainly applies to BWV 565 and the works created in Leipzig: the Prelude
and Fugue in B minor, BWV 544, the Fantasia and Fugue in G minor, BWV 542, the Prelude
and Fugue in C minor, BWV 546, the Prelude
and Fugue in C major, BWV 547), and he eschews etudity by fine articulation and agogic nuances (the Prelude
and Fugue in A minor, BWV 543), while elsewhere, by means of silence (a brief pause).